Transformation of the Day: Nashawn lost 55 pounds by changing her lifestyle. This busy entrepreneur wants to be a healthy example for her son and daughter, so she put in the work at the table and in the gym.
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Hi! My name is Nashawn. As a nurse, I’m aware that being overweight is not healthy. My doctor for years suggested weight loss surgery, and I repeatedly said no. Then, some things took place in my life where weight loss was no longer an option but a necessity.
I also noticed my daughter had started to pick up a little weight. Looking at my daughter, I realized I’m her example of what a woman should be. But am I setting a good example for her? Thinking of her and wanting to make her and my son proud sparked something inside me. I wanted my kids to see me go after what I wanted in life, fearlessly and without hesitation.
So the things I had been putting off, I just did them! I wanted to start a business, so I put in the work and I did it—# AmazingAssistance. I wanted to lose weight, so I hit the gym every day, meal prepped, and did it.
I’m down 55+lbs, and I still have a ways to go, but my kids are my “Why.” They are why I do everything, and the goal is to grow old with them and make them proud. #WorkInProgress #JustDoIt. #WhatsYourWhy?
When did you start your journey?
I started in January 2022.
How did you change your eating habits?
I used the Weight Watchers program and meal prepped.
What was your starting weight? What is your current weight?
My starting weight was 320 pounds. Now, I weigh 265 pounds.
What is your height?
Tell us about your workout routine.
I did 45-60 minutes of cardio at least five times a week, if not every day.
What’s the biggest lesson you’re learned so far?
The biggest lesson I’ve learned so far is consistency is key! Even when you don’t feel like it, be consistent. You’ll thank yourself afterward.
What advice would you share with women who want to lose weight?
I’d like to tell other women trying to lose weight to be consistent and patient. Remember, this is a lifestyle change, and it becomes much easier once you find your “why.”
Hopefully, my story can inspire someone, as other people’s stories have inspired me!